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Seeking IT Technicians- PC installs and Swaps

OnForce is seeking skilled IT Technicans who are able to complete on-site service work in the Portales, NM area. We have some upcoming work coming to this area and we are looking for new technicians. This work will be Point of Sale PC installs and swaps in retail locations.

Who We Are
OnForce is the leading IT Services marketplace that can provide your company with more service work opportunities from national and regional service buyers. We have completed more than 2 million work orders through our platform and growing. As an OnForce tech you will be considered a 1099 independent contractor. Some people do this full time and others do this on the side to supplement their income.

What other types of work orders can I see through OnForce?
Installation of PCs, Macs, wireless routers, and VoIP systems
National rollout of point-of-sale (POS) systems
POS installs and swap outs
Diagnosis and repair of computers, servers, and networks
Short-term staffing needs for on-site computer help desks at corporate or retail locations
Ongoing maintenance of PC-based kiosks and terminals
Wiring and cabling at residential or corporate locations
And many more categories!

Do I have to pay a fee to join OnForce?
It is free to join! There are no membership dues or subscription fees. Upon successful completion of the service event, OnForce receives a 10% commission from the total work order payment. When you get paid, OnForce gets paid. In addition, payment is quick since it is sent to you electronically, typically within three to five days, after the work order is closed.

How do I join OnForce?
Simply complete the short sign-up form located at https:
//www.onforce.com/page/professionals_signup



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